Now that the Case of the Not-Blueprint Memo has been solved, Democrats and progressives can move on to important issues like what Republicans are doing on education, Medicaid, unemployment assistance, tax reform and … hold on, what’s that?
Never mind. Apparently, we will move on to the new state Democratic chairman owing almost $290,000 in unpaid taxes and penalties.
Here’s some advice to Randy Voller: The best thing you can do for your party, state and country is resign, go back to work and pay off your taxes.
It’s admirable that you owned up to the problem and are paying off what you owe. But it won’t wash to say: “That’s why I feel that as party chair I have a real good insight into what a lot of folks are dealing with here in North Carolina.”
No, Mister Chairman, most folks in North Carolina don’t owe $290,000 in unpaid taxes and penalties.
Please go. There are more important things to talk about.